Protein bars are growing increasingly popular. The protein bar market is supposed to reach $1.8 billion by 2024. Protein bar sales correlate closely with the popularity of fitness studios and gyms. Research has shown that vegan protein bars are becoming increasingly available. You can also easily make vegan protein bars at home!
Protein bars are great choices for snacks, meal replacements, or for pre-workout prep. Some protein bars include whey or dairy, but vegan ones are available in the market. There are more than 50 protein bars on the market today. But there are tons of different ways you can make vegan protein bars at home.
You can make protein bars with or without protein powder. If you want to make protein bars without powder, check out these recipes:
If you do make protein bars with protein powder, pick a flavor you love, add some thickening agents and some spices for extra flavor. Here are some recipes:
Many store-bought protein bars contain a lot of sugar. It’s easy to make protein bars at home to fit whichever dietary needs you have. Check out these no-sugar protein bars, How to Make Sugar-Free Vegan Protein Bars, or Salted Caramel Protein Bar.
And check out these other types of protein bars:
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